project management

Project Management

We always employ some form of Project Management into each project. Regardless of agile methodology used, applied adaptive scenarios provide streamlined models that help inform stakeholders and team members that are independent of sprints.

These scenarios allow great flexibility and if requirements change or are enhanced, multiple pivots can occur to address the change without impacting team efforts or lines-in-the-sand deadlines.

Simply put, this allows production to go faster and further.

Some of the key roles and responsibilities include:
  • Project Sponsor: Will fund and own every aspect of the project. Product Sponsor will review and approve aspects of the project plan allowing the project to move forward.
  • Domain Experts: These experts will define the requirements for the end product or service. They will help create the scope baseline and approve all documents that are related to the scope and sometimes, the timeline of the project. 
  • Project Manager: Creates, plans, controls, and executes the project.
  • Project Team: Are the people who develop the end product or carry out the service. They also participate and contribute in developing many aspects of the project plan.
  • End Users: Those that use the finished product or enjoy the service provided within the environment. Their needs combined with business needs are considered and in the development and review of the project plan.
  • Other Roles: These include auditors, procurement analysts, quality and risk analysts. They have their parts to play in the project and will approve parts of the project within their role and/or discipline.
Change Management Model

Project Management Methodology Model


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